AGNES ANN (DUNNILL) HIRONIMUS

B. April 30, 1886 in Volo, Lake County, IL
D. January 6, 1950 in Waukegan, Lake County, IL
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  • Father: William “Bill” Dunnill born June 22, 1863 in England; married (1) Rose A. Richardson on November 9, 1885 in Lake County, IL; married (2) Minnie F. Schultz (1874-1963) on March 12, 1920 in Chicago, Cook County, IL; William died March 24, 1954 in Chicago, Cook County, IL; buried in Town of Maine Cemetery, Park Ridge, Cook County, IL
  • Mother: Rose A. (Richardson) Dunnill born March 1866 in Illinois daughter of Jonathan Richardson (1815-1895) and Agnes (Buckingham) Richardson (1826-1896); married William Dunnill on November 9, 1885 in Lake County, IL; Rose died February 16, 1954 in Zion, Lake County, IL (See section pertaining to Rose A. (Richardson) Dunnill buried in the Fort Hill Cemetery)
  • Husband: William Clarance Hironimus born July 30, 1882 in Fremont Center, Lake County, IL; married Agnes Ann Dunnill on August 30, 1906 in Waukegan, Lake County, IL; William died August 3, 1975 (See section pertaining to William Clarance Hironimus buried in the Fort Hill Cemetery)
  • Children:
    1. Chester Raymond Hironimus born May 23, 1907 in Volo, Lake County, IL; Veteran, Private 1st Class; married Anna Britz born October 12, 1909 in Illinois daughter of Peter Joseph Britz (1876-1920) and Emma Britz (1876-1974); Chester died February 28, 1954 in Waukegan, Lake County, IL (See section pertaining to Chester Raymond Hironimus buried in the Fort Hill Cemetery)
  • Siblings:
    • Lucille Jane “Lucy” (Dunnill) Bohne born August 15, 1888 in Volo, Lake County, IL; married Henry W. Bohne (1888-1967) on June 26, 1913 in Kane County, IL; Lucille died May 6, 1935 in Elgin, Kane County, IL; Lucille and Henry are buried in Bluff City Cemetery, Elgin, Cook County, IL

Additional Information:

According to the 1900 U.S. Census for Volo Village, Wauconda Township, Lake County, IL the household members were: William Dunnill, head, born June 1863, age 36, married 14 years, born in England, parents born in England, immigrated 1864, lived in U.S. 16 years, occupation: laborer; Rose A. Dunnill, wife, born March 1866, age 34, married 14 years, 2 children born, 2 children living, born in Illinois, parents born in England;  Agnes A. Dunnill, daughter, born April 1886, age 14 single, born in Illinois; Lucy J. Dunnill, daughter, born August 1888, age 11 single, born in Illinois; Johnathan Richardson, brother-in-law, born December 1869, age 30, single, born in Illinois, occupation: laborer.

According to the McHenry Plaindealer (McHenry IL) Thursday, April 30, 1903, page 5:

VOLO.
   “Miss Agnes Dunnill is clerking for John Richardson.”

According to the 1910 U.S. Census for Round Lake Village, Avon Township, Lake County, IL the household members were: William Hironimus, head, age 26, married once for 4 years, born in Illinois, parents born in Germany, occupation: livery man – general; Agnes Hironimus, wife, age 23, married once for 4 years, 1 child born, 1 child living, born in Illinois, father born in England, mother born in Illinois; Chester Hironimus, son, age 2, single, born in Illinois; George Hironimus, brother, age 29, single, born in Illinois, parents born in Germany, occupation: laborer – livery.

According to the 1930 U.S. Census for Round Lake Village, Avon Township, Lake County, IL the household members were: William Hironimus, head, age 44, married at age 20, born in Illinois, father born in Luxemburg Germany, mother born in Pennsylvania, occupation: patrolman – state highway; Agnes N. Hironimus, wife, age 42, married at age 18, born in Illinois, parents born in England.

According to the Chicago Tribune (Chicago IL) Saturday, January 7, 1950, page 21:

“Mrs. William Hironimus
   Mrs. Agnes Hironimus, 62, wife of Police Chief William Hironimus of Round Lake, Lake county, died yesterday in St. Therese hospital, Waukegan.  Mrs. Hironimus was born in Volo and lived all her life in Lake county.  Surviving besides her husband are a son, Chester; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Dunnill, and three grandchildren.  Services will be at 2 p. m. Monday at the Strang chapel, Grayslake, with burial in Fort Sill (sic) cemetery, Grayslake.”

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